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Three Tips For Keeping The Foam Layer On Your Basement Strong And Free Of Water

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If you don’t keep moisture out of your basement, your whole house is at risk of a huge mold infestation. Additionally, it’ll be difficult to do anything beyond storing waterproof objects in your basement when it’s inundated with water. Follow these three tips to keep the insulating foam layer covering your basement walls strong so that it can keep out both water and the cold. Don’t Neglect Taking Care Of The Facings On The Foam Read More»

3 Factors That Influence The Cost Of Sewer Line Replacement

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Do you have a serious problem in your sewer line? Do you think you need your sewer line replaced? There are some situations in which your line can be repaired without requiring replacement. However, if the line has been seriously compromised with something like a pipe collapse or a tree root penetration, that section of the line will probably need to be dug up and replaced. That can require excavation. There are a few factors, though, that can affect just how complex the excavation is. Read More»

Why You Should Have Well Water

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When it comes to your water supply, you can either choose city water (if you’re within the city limits) or well water. Even if you are in the city limits, however, well water is the way to go. Having your water supplied in this way offers countless benefits, and most people who have switched to well water from city water will never go back. Taste Water, Not Chemicals First things first, well water tastes clean and pure, and that’s because it is. Read More»

4 Things To Do If You Experience Sewage Back Flow In Your Home

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In your day-to-day life, you probably don’t think about the sewage system connected to your home, but if you experience a sewage back flow, you need to know what to do to keep your family and pets safe and minimize damage. A sewage back flow occurs when dirty water or sewage material begins seeping up through the toilets and drains in your house when there is no problem, such as a pipe blockage, with the plumbing system in your residence. Read More»

How To Maintain Your Hardwood Floors

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Have you invested a lot of money in your home’s flooring? If so, then you may have concerns about the quality of your floors appearance after a few years. Over time, hardwood floors can fade, become scratched, and receive many cosmetic damages. To ensure your investment doesn’t depreciate in value and that your home continues to look great, you will want to care for your hardwood floors often. Caring for your floors can be very affordable, easy, and time friendly, which is why you may want to consider maintaining your floors by: Read More»